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Iceland were three minutes from booking their place in the knockout stages of their very first major international competition. They will have to wait another few days to see if they can do that after the agony of a last minute own goal from Birkir Már Sævarsson at the Stade Veledrome.

Hungary celebrate late equaliser. Getty

Full time: Hungary 1-1 Iceland

Sigurdsson goes low, it hits the wall but bounces back out to Gudjohnson. The perfect Icelandic fairytale? His goalbound shot takes a slight deflection, enough to steer it wide agonisingly wide! And that will be that.

Is there more drama? Finnbogasson is fouled right on the edge of the Hungary area and Iceland will have a free kick with what will be the last kick of the game. Looks perfect for Sigurdsson. TENSE.

Four minutes of added time to go.

Flares go up from the Hungary end. Par for course in this competition now.

Oh dear, Saevarsson. You feel for him, you really do. Nikolic cuts in from the right and drives a cross in with Adam Szalai lurking. It passes the Hungary striker by, but the Iceland defender is already sliding in and watches in agony as it comes off him and rolls into the back of the net.

Goal! Iceland 1-1 Hungary (Saevarsson own goal, 87)

Gudjohnson's first involvement sees him get the ball facing his own goal, turning with great awareness and composure and releasing a teammate ahead of him. Very cool under pressure, Iceland need that in these last few minutes.

Here comes the big man, 37-year-old Eidur Gudjohnson comes on for Sigthorsson with just over five minutes remaining. Romania will also throw on Adam Szalai.

Iceland are 10 minutes away from qualifying for the knockout stages of Euro 2016. Will this be the most important moment in the history of their national team?

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Sigurdsson slots home an Iceland penalty. Getty

Oh dear. Hungary try one from the training ground with Kleinheisler sliding a ball across goal. Except it is nowhere near any of his teammates and Iceland can clear easily.

Saevarsson is shown a yellow card for cutting down Dzsudzsák, who has switched back over to the left. Another Hungary free kick.

Dzsudzsák whips a fine effort over the wall again, but it is straight at Halldórsson. The Iceland goalkeeper has spilt a few today, but he holds onto this one. 15 minutes left here.

Guzmics embarks on a terrific run from his own, powering towards the Hungary goal before he is eventually hauled down by Finnbogason. Another chance for Dzsudzsák from a free kick.

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Hungary still looking for an equaliser against Iceland. Getty

Lars Lagerburg rings in the changes. They are *deep breath* Emil Hallfredsson replacing Gunnarsson for Iceland, Nemnaja Nikolic on for Zoltan Stieber and Alfred Finnbogasson on for Jon Bodvarsson.

Dzsudzsák hammers a free kick over the wall that Halldórsson drops at the first attempt, but reacts quickly to gather.

This match got underway as normal earlier, but there were some ugly scenes as Hungary fans clashed with stewards and riot police ahead of kick-off. Here's our report.

That's a bad miss from Sigthorsson. Sigurdsson does well to dink a ball into the box from out on the left but his teammate gets his header all wrong and directs it well wide. The offside flag is up to spare his blushes somewhat, but replays suggest he was on.

Iceland vs Hungary

Hungary are fighting to get back in this but they remain a goal behind after Gylfi Sigurdsson's penalty.

Iceland win a free kick about 40 yards out to the left that is curled into the box. Gudmundsson meets it with a header and Bodvarsson looks to knock it on goal with an outrageous overhead kick but he gets it all wrong.

Stieber goes down after Arnason charges into him inside the box? Penalty? Nope. The referee immediately urges him to get to his feet and play goes on.

Gunnarsson concedes a free kick but Laszlo Kleinheisler lashes wild effort over the bar. It hasn't been a great start to the second half, I'll be honest with you.

And Hungary get us back underway for the second half.

Half-time: Iceland 1-0 Hungary

Gabor Kiraly comes out to collect a corner but drops it and can't gather at the second attempt. Gunnarsson bundles his way onto it but goes down under pressure from Tamas Kadar. It looked soft, but the referee has immediately pointed to the spot. Up steps Sigurdsson, who sends Kiraly the wrong way to put his side in front!

Goal! Iceland 1-0 Hungary (Gylfi Sigurdsson, 38)

PENALTY - Iceland

Great chance for Iceland! Sigurdsson threads a ball through thta Kadar should deal with but Gudmundsson steps across and shrugs him off the ball with ease. Gudmundsson is one on one, but can't bend it around Kiraly who makes a good save.

Dzsudzsák gets the ball out on the right and cuts in menacingly across a string of Iceland players, looking to pull the trigger with his left. He cuts across the box and instead opts to prod a pass through for Priskin who doesn't anticipate it and the goalkeeper collects.

Hungary are moving the ball across the pitch with some lovely one touch stuff at the moment. They are enjoying much more of the ball, Iceland not getting near them.

Kadar is forced into a great defensive header to nick the ball just off Sigurdsson inside the Hungary box.

Hungary are growing more menacing here, they now have a corner after Dzsudzsák's latest effort is deflected wide. Iceland manage to clear and ease the pressure, for now.

Gera switches play brilliantly, picking out Dzsudzsák over on the right flank. He cuts in at pace, driving past three Iceland players before smashing one on goal from the edge of the box. Gunnarsson steps across to box and despite the shot almost knocking him over, he keeps it off target.

Hungary win a free kick that Dzsudzsák trots over to whip it into the box. He does just that, but Priskin can't direct his header on target.

Gera is looking bright so far, elegantly pulling the ball out of the air before exchanging a one-two with Kadar down the left channel. Skúlason gets across however and snuffs it out.

Iceland win their first corner of the game and it is whipped in brilliantly by Gylfi Sigurdsson, but his namesake can't can't get any contact and the ball flashes across goal.

Juhász again does well down the right, nutmegging his man before tearing down the wing. Bjarnason is tracking back however and helps clean up.

Gera plucks the ball out of the air brilliantly and nudges it wide to Juhász who swings an inviting ball into the box. Halldórsson initially comes for it but then decides to let his centre-half deal with it. Early pressure from Hungary.

Zoltan Gera tries to free Juhász down the right flank, forcing Sigurdsson across to help his left-back and clear for a throw in.

And Iceland get us underway for the second half.

Just five minutes until kick off; both teams are on their way out onto the pitch. Time for the national anthems.

That trouble between Hungary fans and stewards seems to have died down as quickly as it started. There has been no mention of it during the build-up to kick-off despite a few Hungary fans being restrained by riot police.

Attila Fiola picked up an ankle injury in the win over Austria and has not recovered in time for this evening's match. Adam Lang replaces him. Up front, Tamar Priskin comes into replace Adam Szalai, despite the latter ending an 18-month goal drought in that win.

Zoltan Stieber sealed it with that delightful dink after coming off the bench. It earns him a start tonight tonight, replacing one-time Liverpool youngster Krisztian Nemeth.

Riot police are now involved after Hungary fans clashed with stewards. Looks like punches are being thrown.

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Hungary fans clash with riot police. Getty

Hungary can qualify for the knock-out stages of this competition with victory tonight before their final group game against Portugal next week.

But there has been a bit of trouble in the stands at the Stade Veledrome ahead of kick off. Hungary fans, trying to move around the stadium to position themselves behind the rest of their support, attempted to climb over fences to reach them and were stopped by stewards. Pictures show the fans being sprayed with gas.

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Hungary fan restrained by stewards and. Getty
Hungary fans
Hungary fans
Hungary fans clashed with stewards ahead of the match. Getty

Here are the confirmed line-ups for tonight's match.

That didn't go down particularly well with the Iceland camp with defender Kari Arnason immediately responding in quite brilliant fashion.

It makes it even sweeter when he's a sore loser like that. " mean, he can say whatever he wants. He didn't really get a chance today, he got one and he couldn't put it away. What can I say? Sore loser. Tough s**t.

"He had a header in the final minutes of the game and a chance in the first half but otherwise I thought we had him under control. We didn't set up to man-mark him or anything, we just had to know where he was at any given moment and that he will shoot from outside the box and that everything has to be blocked.

Practically everyone was celebrating Iceland's draw with Portugal. Most people, anyway. Cristiano Ronaldo went full troll when he accused the nation of 330,000 of over celebrating their draw.

Iceland didn't try anything," Ronaldo told reporters post-match, the Guardian reports. "They were just defend, defend, defend and playing on the counterattack. It was a lucky night for them. We should have three points but we are OK.

"I thought they'd won the Euros the way they celebrated at the end. It was unbelievable. When they don't try to play and just defend, defend, defend, this in my opinion shows a small mentality and they are not going to do anything in the competition.

Elsewhere today, Belgium have thrashed the Republic of Ireland to kickstart their Euro 2016 campaign. Goals from Axel Witsel and two from Romelu Lukaku sealed the win that leaves Irish hopes of qualification to the knockout stages in real jeopardy.

Catch up on what happened in Bordeaux here.

Team news: Hungary

Hungary lost Attila Fiola to an ankle injury in the victory over Austria in Bordeaux. Zoltan Stieber will be hoping to earn a start after coming off the bench to seal that victory with that wonderful dinked effort.

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Zoltan Stieber scored a beautiful goal against Austria Getty Images

Team news: Iceland

Why change? Lars Lagerback has no fitness problems to contend with so he could name the same side that held Portugal on Tuesday.

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Iceland coach Lars Lagerback watches the players warm up Getty Images

It's probably fair to say Iceland are everyone's second favourite team in Euro 2016 now. In their first ever appearance in a major international competition, a country with a population of just 333,000 held their own against Portugal, taking a priceless point.

The fallout of the match saw Cristiano Ronaldo make a bit of a fool of himself, only endearing the tournament newcomers even more to the neutrals. Having enjoyed a hugely impressive qualifying campaign however, they didn't quite take the title of the most unfancied side in this summer's competition. That honour goes to Hungary, who provided the shock of the tournament so far when they triumphed over the football hipster's favourite Austria.

The two clash today with automatic qualification for the knockout stages a real possibility. Kick off follows at 5pm, stick with us for all the build-up and team news.

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Iceland successfully repelled Cristiano Ronaldo in their opening game Getty Images